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Home Bargains's Christmas Eve boxes packed with festive goodies just £2.99

It comes with a letter from Santa!

Retailer Home Bargains is selling Christmas Eve boxes jam packed with festive goodies.

One shopper took to Facebook over the weekend (03.11.19) to post a snap of the box, which is turquoise with a red lid and decorated with snowflakes, stars and other Christmas imagery.

The description on the box, which costs just £2.99, shows that it comes with a story book, letter from Santa, cookies, door hook and stickers.

A shopper posted the find on Facebook (Credit: Facebook / Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK)

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The person who posted it in the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK wrote in the caption: "Christmas Eve boxes in home bargains £2.99!

"Contains Christmas story book, letter from Santa, door hook, stickers and cookies! Think it's a fab price."

Other group members rushed to comment on the find.

Think it's a fab price.

One wrote: "Wow sounds good, must see if can get one."

Another, tagging their pal, said, "We taking a trip to home bargains?" alongside two laughing-crying emojis.

"I need to get one of these xx," commented a third.

The Sleigh Bells Christmas Eve box isn't currently listed on the Home Bargains website, but the shop's e-store does stock a more expensive alternative.

A pricier alternative on the e-store (Credit: Home Bargains)

Online shoppers have the option of buying a Personalised Large Wooden Christmas Eve Box, although it costs a lot more than the Sleigh Bells one.

The personalised product is priced at £14.99, down from the recommended retail price of £22.99.

Home Bargains' product description reads: "Fill this Personalised Wooden Christmas Eve Box with treats and surprises to keep the little ones entertained this Christmas Eve.

Parents can have their child's name etched onto the lid (Credit: Home Bargains)

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"Whether filling with small gifts such as DVDs, books, pencils, chocolates or sweets; it is the perfect and personal finishing touch for a loved one this year, and a keepsake they will always treasure."

Parents can have their child's name etched onto the lid of the box, which features a metal clasp and hinges, and is crafted from natural wood.

A Christmas Eve box might be perfect for the kids, but the grownups can treat themselves too.

Tesco is selling litre bottles of Baileys Orange Truffle for just £12, or for those looking for something to last the whole of December, Aldi is bringing back its sell-out wine advent calendar.

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